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Alnwick Castle - 20% Discount

Alnwick Castle | Northumberland

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Dubbed the ‘Windsor of the North,’ Alnwick Castle is the second largest inhabited castle in England and has been home to the Duke of Northumberland’s family, the Percys, for over 700 years. 
With a history dating back to the Norman age, transport yourself into Alnwick Castle’s tumultuous past with our knowledgeable guides fascinating anecdotes and extraordinary stories brimming with drama and intrigue. 
Discover the castle’s lavish Italianate Renaissance State Rooms, enclosed like a jewel within a magnificent medieval fortress, adorned with one of the most remarkable collections of priceless antiquities, artwork and porcelain. 

Mingle amongst the grand medieval walls, become a craft-making artisan, and see how corporal punishment was administered in days gone by. For those of a more magically inclined nature, Broomstick Training shall teach you the ins and outs of basic flying courtesy of our resident wizarding professors; and with enough skill, a mid-air snap may just be possible! 
In recent years, Alnwick Castle has taken starring roles in a number of film and television productions including featuring as Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the Harry Potter films and as Brancaster Castle in ITV’s Downton Abbey. 
So why not come and enjoy a day filled with excitement at one of the UK’s most significant heritage destinations.

 

*The discount would apply to Castle tickets only. Not valid in conjunction with any other offers. The offer is 20% off gate rate admission to NUTH staff when booked online more than 24 hours in advance.

Location

Alnwick Castle

Alnwick Castle
Alnwick
NE66 1NG

01665 511794
www.alnwickcastle.com

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